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Published: 11:32 Tuesday 18 September 2007

By: Tim Sharp, NMA Assistant Editor (news)

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Falling mortgage exit fees helped to drag down inflation last month.

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Need to read this one in full - renimng/reallocatiing fees all sorts, plus some thumbing increases. Confused - I think that's the idea.

http://www.marketoracle.co.uk/Article1720.html

Good News For Borrowers As Exit Mortgage Exit Fees Fall, But At the Cost of Rising Mortgage Arrangement Fees

Personal_Finance / Mortgages Aug 02, 2007 - 07:56 PM

By: MoneyFacts

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Julia Harris, Mortgage Expert at Moneyfacts.co.uk – the money search engine, comments:“The month following the latest base rate rise to 5.75% has seen a raft of rate rises. Not only have variable rate mortgages increased, with swap rates also on an upward trend, fixed rate deals have been hit hard with rising rates too.

“But for any borrower looking to take out a new mortgage, these rate rises are only part of the equation. Continuing with the trend of rising fees, July has not been without exception. The table below shows the lenders and their fee increases in July, with some rising by up to a staggering £1K.

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http://www.citywire.co.uk/News/NewsArticle...VersionID=96571

Changes to mortgage fees drag down inflation

Printable Version

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Published: 11:32 Tuesday 18 September 2007

By: Tim Sharp, NMA Assistant Editor (news)

Related News Articles

18-09-2007

Bear Watch: Personal Assets ups cash to 80% ahead of Fed decision

Falling mortgage exit fees helped to drag down inflation last month.

................

Need to read this one in full - renimng/reallocatiing fees all sorts, plus some thumbing increases. Confused - I think that's the idea.

http://www.marketoracle.co.uk/Article1720.html

Good News For Borrowers As Exit Mortgage Exit Fees Fall, But At the Cost of Rising Mortgage Arrangement Fees

Personal_Finance / Mortgages Aug 02, 2007 - 07:56 PM

By: MoneyFacts

Personal_Finance

Julia Harris, Mortgage Expert at Moneyfacts.co.uk – the money search engine, comments:“The month following the latest base rate rise to 5.75% has seen a raft of rate rises. Not only have variable rate mortgages increased, with swap rates also on an upward trend, fixed rate deals have been hit hard with rising rates too.

“But for any borrower looking to take out a new mortgage, these rate rises are only part of the equation. Continuing with the trend of rising fees, July has not been without exception. The table below shows the lenders and their fee increases in July, with some rising by up to a staggering £1K.

And this month they include exit fees and not arrangement fees? Ahh I see, its all clear now!

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